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Modern Orthodox Practice and Hippolytus' Apostolic Traditions

A lot of people have a view that the early Church was more “organic,” with no laity-clergy distinctions, and an extemporaneous liturgy. However, there are several problems with this idea. 1,892 more words

Roman Catholicism

Full-Cast Greek Tragedy from The Online Stage on Audible

Lee Ann was very happy to participate in another production from The Online Stage.  She plays the part of the nurse in the Greek tragedy… 196 more words

A vegan explanation: Why so people get so defensive and at times abusive towards vegans?

I just wrote this on Quora, and I’m pretty happy with it, so I reckon I’ll post it here too!

Someone was wondering if they drug the meat to make people angrier at vegans and vegetarians. 678 more words


What Did Hippolytus of Rome Teach?

Hippolytus was born around 170AD and died a martyr around 235AD. He was a disciple of Irenaeus who was a disciple of Polycarp, who was a disciple of John the Apostle. 720 more words


eight days before the Kalends of January

Hippolytus of Rome (202 AD):

The first coming of our Lord, that in the flesh, in which he was born at Bethlehem, took place eight days before the Kalends of January, a Wednesday, in the forty-second year of the reign of Augustus.

Truth & Prophets

Saint Callistus I Saint of the Day for October 14-Post by Fr. Don Miller, OFM

Post by Fr. Don Miller, OFM

Saint Callistus Saint of the Day for October 14

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Saint Callistus I’s Story

The most reliable information about this saint comes from his enemy Saint Hippolytus, an early antipope, later a martyr for the Church. 516 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

Hippolytus Knows Better Than Messiahs Disciple's? ...so he thinks. 

In the work of Hippolytus known as “Against Noetus” which teaches a trinity of sorts, and is used of Trinitarians to assist their narrative …however we should not overlook the tones of arrogance by Hippolytus in this writing, the same type of arrogance found among many Trinitarian writings …that they think they are smarter …or know better, better than the Disciples themselves even. 496 more words